BT signs interconnect agreement with Telekomunikacja Polska to provide voice services for Polish businesses

March 27, 2007

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LONDON -- BT, one of the world's leading providers of communications services and solutions, today announced that it is open for business regarding its new voice service for Polish business. It will enable BT to offer competitive voice services, as well as a wider business portfolio, and is a further sign of the determination to continue to grow in Poland. BT estimates that its overall revenues will double over the next couple of years.

This new service will complement BT's existing range of advanced and secure telecommunications and IT services for Polish businesses, which includes field service management solutions, mobility and flexible working offerings, network connectivity services and outsourced enterprise network services.

In Poland, aligned to BT's Central and Eastern Europe strategy, BT targets large companies with international presence and ambition, representing finance, utilities, oil & gas, transport and manufacturing sectors. BT serves customers in 170 countries worldwide. It serves 60% of companies ranked in the Top 500 Fortune list.

"We're pleased to extend BT's voice services to our Polish customer base," said Olivier Campenon, President, BT Europe, Middle East and Africa. “The agreement with TP S.A. lays the foundations for further development of BT service portfolio in Poland. For large companies in Poland, apart from traditional communication services, we offer consultative services, networked IT outsourcing, complex solutions supporting companies in improving their operational efficiency.”

Initially, BT will provide voice services in the Warsaw region only, but the company plans to expand its offering throughout Poland over the next few months.

BT Group plc (NYSE: BT; London: BTA)

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